Windows Member Servers User Rights / Local Policy Auditing
Imagine an user grants / revokes users' rights to administer mission-critical Member Server activities like changing system time / time zone, adding Workstations to the domain, permission to back-up files and directories, manage auditing and security logs...... and many more. If the permissions are properly authorized then there is no need not to worry; imagine an unauthorized personnel getting the security gate pass?
Security Access (grant / remove) / Local Policies Auditing in Windows Member Servers
This event documents the grant / revocation of logon rights such as 'access this computer from the network', 'allow logon through Terminal Services', 'Log on as a service' and many more. Needless to say the implications of having an unauthorized user being allowed to logon. Next, audit the local policies for changes (disabled / enabled), can provide special permissions on the particular computer either via Local Security Policy, Group Policy in Active Directory or the Auditpol command. Many more local audit of events like logon, account management, directory service access, privilege access. Audit Now with ADAudit Plus!
Windows Member Server Auditing with ADAudit Plus
ADAudit Plus ensures you are on top of every modification with schedulable reports and instant e-mail alerts. In-a-click view audit reports that presents the collated events data in easy to interpret information, you can also filter data with 50+ attributes for a more concise information. The reports ensure you get a thorough event footprint for your administrative scrutiny or if the 'change-event' was counterproductive then, the event footprint will equip you with effective information to better handle corrective actions.
Windows Member Server Auditing Advantage using ADAudit Plus
This Audit feature is available as a Member Server Add-On.